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Digital Sand Prototype

July 9, 2008

Wouldn’t a sand timer be a really cool way of expressing a USB? Well, a prototype has been developed by Mac Fun which shows a timer that can clip onto a MacBook or probably any laptop or computer – to the side of the computer screen. It works as a normal USB but can use the sand and water which is stored inside to display things like storage data or just be a random design. Underneath are some pics showing the prototype:

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Future Mobile Prototype

July 9, 2008

What if there was a device which could do absolutely everything? If it could show you the weather, maps, timelines of the area (by displaying it virtually), food contents – all by using a camera inside the device and a clear touch screen computer. Here are some of the prototype’s Mac Fun has developed:

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Napkins Concept

July 9, 2008

Napkins. Their in every restaurant and coffee shop, and are there for any spills or any cleaning needed. But we take more advantage from the napkins, when we need to remind ourselves for a important meeting or we want to just doodle for enjoyment – napkins are the best source of paper when there is no paper around. However, if you think about all that paper being wasted – isn’t it time for a improvement? The napkins are using e-paper which is flexible and has a long battery life. The holder displays time and date as well as the battery life of the pens. All the napkins display Windows Vista, but it is likely that the Napkins can vary in OS systems. 

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Slice Concept

July 9, 2008

Slice is a cutting edge, in new technology which mainly centers in storage. Slice helps you to find your files by showing a hardware way of presentation through the appearance of an orange. “Slices” can be put onto trays where they can open up all the files inside the Slice. Slice can be interacted through touch, so that you can be able to touch to see how much space is in each “slice”.

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CD Player Concept

July 9, 2008

As CDs are becoming less and less common, more people are beginning to tune in to the MP3 world. But is it still possible to play CDs on something which is cool and futuristic? Yes! A new “CD” player which is sleek can allow CDs to be slotted in, and the CD rotates playing the song, yet looks great. The actual thing is pocket size, so it is easily accessible and could fit in a pocket. However, when the CD is fitted in, then the size of the CD Player will be much bigger.